Thought I'd post an update on how my fish are doing. So far, I have had no deaths (thankfully!!). However, one of my Rams is swimming very oddly. It's almost as if it's physically unable to move it's tail from side to side. It's still eating and picking at the rocks like the other Rams, but it has a little bit of a difficult time fighting the 'current' because of the high aeration. I can't see any obvious reason as to why it's swimming like this, but I hope it'll get better with time.
I also noticed that my male Pearl Gourami's dorsal fin was very red at the base and was a little ragged at the ends. He also wasn't eating. He was just kind of existing under the filter flow. So I started treating the tank with Melafix on Sunday. I can already see a big improvement in him. His fin is still ragged, but the redness is just about gone. He's swimming all over the place as he did before and he has his appetite back! I was so excited to see him finally eat again. He's another one of my prized fish so I'd be very upset if my inpatients killed him. Hopefully, he'll continue to get better. A few of my Dojos also have a little bit of raggedness on their fins, I'm hoping the Melafix will help them out. They're just as active and crazy as ever so I think they'll be ok.
The Ropefish is doing well as well. She's still eating and traveling the tank as she did before I noticed anything wrong. I don't see the worms anymore, but that doesn't mean I'm assuming they're not there. I'll continue treating for a little bit longer.
All of the other fish are doing great and they're giving me no reason at all to worry. I will continue to treat the tank a bit closer and will be closely inspecting everybody for some time just to be safe. I will say that my Sailfin Pleco is giving me a difficult time. Being shy and nocturnal he's really only out when it's very quiet and dark. I got a decent look at him yesterday and didn't see anything obviously wrong.
***** EDITED TO ADD VIDEO CLIPS *****
Here are some video clips so you can see what's going on with my fish.
Pearl Gourami with his red fin. Video quality not very good because of how YouTube compresses them.